The Hanson Center for Inclusive STEM Education, the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning & Scholarship, and the Provost Office have organized a series of three presentations on Peer Evaluation of Teaching: From Research to Practice.

The first event will be at noon Fri., Jan. 26 when Ann Austin (Associate Vice President for Faculty & Academic Staff Affairs, University Distinguished Professor, Michigan State University) will speak on “Robust & Rewarding Approaches to Peer Evaluation of Teaching: Ideas, Challenges & Strategies.

Austin will also lead a workshop on Jan. 26 from 1:15-2:30 p.m. on “Improving Teaching Evaluation: Lessons from a National Project on Holistic Approaches to Evaluating Teaching.


Submitted by: Wendy Hill